FNQ Regional Organisation of Councils

About

The Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (FNQROC) is made up of membership of Councils from Ingham north to Cooktown and west to Croydon in Far North Queensland. This area includes two of the world's greatest natural and World Heritage listed treasures - the reef and the rainforest. The region's population is approximately 250,000 with 50% of this population being based in Cairns.

FNQ/Cape York Gamba grass management project 2011-2015

This draft plan intended to reduce the spread of Gamba grass along roads and catchments in two stages over the 4 year period.
Published: Jun 2012

FNQ Local Government Regional Pest Management Strategy 2010-2015

The Regional Strategy (FNQ Local Government Regional Pest Management Strategy 2010 – 2014) continues to be representative of FNQROC member councils and their partners’ collective effort being greater than the sum of its parts, in respect to reducing impacts from pest animals and weeds.
Published: Jun 2010

Regional Weed Spread Prevention Strategy 2008 - 2010

The Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (FNQROC) Regional Weed Spread Prevention Strategy directs the principle management of priority weeds across the region through actions that minimise further spread of these weed species.
Published: Jan 2008
Type: Reference Document